So what did you think of the premiere? Did you like getting to know the first seven queens? Are you pissed off that you have to wait until next Monday to spook the rest? Or do you agree that two big openings are better than one?
This week the queens had to plead their cases for why they should win the title of "America's Next Drag Superstar" in a courtroom acting challenge, with each playing three roles. Along the way, Roxxxy let Jinkx have it! And Jinkx let the courtroom have it! Then Alaska let the world have it!
This week it was murder on the dance floor as the queens traded pumps for ballet flats! Along the way we saw a twist in the Coco-Montrese-vs.-Alyssa-Edwards drama, a queen shut down for favoring caftans, and one of the most dramatically dishy eliminations in Drag Race herstory!
Shenanigans include a big feud between CoCo Montrese and Alyssa Edwards about their Miss Gay America pageant past, dirty talk from Alaska and Jinkx Monsoon, hooker glamor from Detox, and hot pink runway looks from Ivy Winters, Honey Mahogany, Monica Beverly Hillz and more!
This week Monica Beverly Hillz is living her truth with a big revelation. Coco Montrese schools the children, Lineysha Sparx channels "America's Sweetheart" (the other Tyra), Serena Cha Cha loses her mind and Juliette Lewis and Kristen Johnston stomp all over the judges table.
Between their costumes (Madame LaQueer's cleaving-showcasing, Britney Spears-inspired red pleather catsuit) and the storyline (the villains give the heroes crabs after sleeping with their boyfriends), Team Chad is easily the ringleader.
"Where my people at?" Well, if you mean our queens on RuPaul's Drag Race this week, they're all up in the recording studio getting their benefit anthem on, "We Are the World"-style. And, the results, IMHO, are brilliant and drag-spiring!